(1) The Address Confidentiality Program is established in the Department of Justice
(a) Protect the confidentiality of the actual address of a victim of domestic violence,
a sexual offense, stalking or human trafficking; and
(b) Prevent assailants or potential assailants of the victim from finding the victim
through public records.
(2) The Attorney General shall designate a substitute address for a program participant
and act as the agent of the program participant for purposes of service of all legal
process in this state and receiving and forwarding first-class, certified or registered
(3) The Attorney General is not required to forward any packages or mail other than
first-class, certified or registered mail to the program participant.
(4) The Attorney General is not required to track or otherwise maintain records of
any mail received on behalf of a program participant unless the mail is certified
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